Hi- this is Allon Khakshouri
ME IN 15 SECONDS:
I worked in the world of sports most of my adult life, managed the careers of several world #1 tennis player’s and ran my own tennis events.
I studied law at London School of Economics, have a Masters in Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution from the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, and a Member of the NY Bar.
I love learning about topics related to high performance and mental toughness, so I can apply new strategies into my own life and share what works with anyone interested.
On this website, I’ll teach you the things I WISH someone would have taught me in school, including:
How To Learn Quickly & Effeciently
This is the ultimate superpower that will help you acquire difficult skills quickly (and excel in your business, career and life).
How To Become a High-performer
This means building a lifestyle that allows you to achieve ultra-ambitious goals without sacrificing your health and your dearest relationships.
How to be Happy
For example by developing key character traits that lead to inner satisfaction (like becoming focused, patient and present, acting with integrity, and being more kind and grateful).
Do you want to become a real force in your industry and take your career and your life to the next level without ruining your health and your closest personal relationships?
Get your free PDF copy of the 26,000 words long Ultimate Guide to High Performance and learn what world-class athletes and top performers do to increase their focus, energy levels, and mental toughness in order to outperform their competition.
In this guide, you will learn how you can:
- Become so productive that you will move towards your big goals faster than ever before, even if you feel extremely busy and overwhelmed right now.
- Excel in those big pressure moments that define top performers but make everyone else sweat bullets.
- Develop the mental toughness to bounce back from setbacks and disappointments Swiftly.
Read one of my latest blog posts
Anti-habits and the curse of compounding
Albert Einstein called “Compounding” the world’s 8th wonder because over time an asset can grow exponentially. For example, say you invest $ 1,000 today and generate a return of 10%. In one year, you will have accumulated $ 1,100. In year two, you will have...
The paradox of passion
I love asking sports experts what they say it takes to become a world-class athlete, one of the first things they say is this: “To be successful, you need to be both talented and passionate about your sport.” I do the same with successful entrepreneurs and usually get...
Day 14: Creating a lasting habit
I used to struggle going to the gym unless I worked with a private coach. Then I discovered kickboxing and boxing classes. Initially, I would keep finding excuses to miss one class after each other. This continued until I made a commitment: I would go to classes at...